Money Doesn’t Grown On Trees and We need a lot of it to make this dream a reality!
Rather than relying on Venture Capitalists to help us fund Capital Aquaponics, we are using crowd funding to raise at least 10% of the funds we need so that the business, can in a sense, be partially owned by the community.
It is central to our business plan that we donate 10% of our fish, produce and herbs to the Northeast Regional Foodbank. We will also provide jobs for dozens of disabled workers in an integrated workplace environment.
Venture Capitalists care about profits. Don’t get us wrong, we do too, but it isn’t the only thing we care about. We care about our community and we want to be a valuable addition to the community.
As such we are hoping you will help us by donating a small amount (or large) to help us not only build our indoor aquaponics farm, but help us build a community based businesses.
We can’t give you equity in the business but we can reward you with gift certificates for fish and produce once we are up and operations PLUS the benefit of knowing you are helping local people who need food and local disabled citizens who need jobs!